Capcom confirms a new Mega Man show for 2017 and releases new art of the title character.

Capcom has just confirmed that a new Mega Man television series is on the way and scheduled for 2017, which marks the character's 30 year anniversary. (This is most likely the same show that started development back in 2015 that gained some press.) Above you can see a piece of art to show you what Mega Man will look like in the show. The show itself is said to be targeted at viewers age 6-9.
"The show stars Aki Light, an alter-ego of Mega Man who is described as "a normal, upbeat, schoolboy robot. When activated, his skin re-forms--in a flurry of computer code and visual pyrotechnics--into a suit of impenetrable nanocore armor, including the iconic Mega Buster arm cannon and helmet.""
Its also being said that Mega Man's robot dog, Rush, will be in the show as well as a new character named Mega Mini.

It'll be very interesting to see what can be done with this character as his last view solo adventures, whether they were video games or television show, were not that successful. Are you excited to see a new Mega Man show being developed?

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Source: Gamespot


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